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macromedia freehand flat plane vector tutorial. enevr made a tutorial before, hope its useful to someone, if not it was a learnign experiance making it.
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night-elf-mohawk's avatar
Nice work! You made it seem easy xD
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serendipityguy's avatar
:dance: this is just great, thanks for the MM Freehand tutorial, this will be used !!!
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rubinh0's avatar
absolutly helpfull!!! thnks bro. ;) ...
now i kan explore the vectorial
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vectorizers| Digital Artist
:mib:Great Tutorial!
But my reason for addressing you is becaause im working with another vector artist putting together tutorials from other vector artists who use Macromedia Applications, specifically Freehand, Flash etc. If you would be interested in doing a tutorial for us we would apprciate it. (all credit would be yours of course)
Dsnmgr
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sanguis's avatar
wow! that's awesome! you have inspired me to try to do a vector drawing (something i've never done before) ... great tutorial too, i never thought it was this easy :) thankies!
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pixel-ated's avatar
thats great! i hope you enjoy and find the tutorial useful!!
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hypermind|Professional Interface Designer
This is awesome. Im so glad you made it. More tutorials would be brilliant. Thanks very much for this!

:clap:
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pixel-ated's avatar
i intend to get some more coming very soon, glad u like it:)
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bracken's avatar
wow you have no clue just how helpful this tutorial is! i've been playing around w/ freehand/fireworks/illustrator but the way i rendered images is completely diffrent from this technique - THANKS A BUNCH :)
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pixel-ated's avatar
no problem, glad to help, i'll be posting somemore in a week or so:)
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otakuman's avatar
Thanks, this tutorial will help me a lot.
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elvishame's avatar
it's very good utorial but i still believe that pen tool more convenient and more accurate. anyway very good job. respect. :thumbsup:
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pixel-ated's avatar
depends what you are trying to achieve, the pen tool is great for being accurate, but for a skatchy style there are other methods:D
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dansflash| Filmographer
whoa this is a real nice tutorial :D! showed me some nice vector techniques, eventhough im gonna use photoshop.

:+fav:
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pixel-ated's avatar
thankyou glad it helped :D
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drownsoda's avatar
freehand is grande
everyone should use it :)
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radink|Hobbyist Digital Artist
why is is better than illustrator Ms Sarah?
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drownsoda's avatar
I've been using illustrator a little bit lately, and i stand by Freehand being better for a number of reasons:

1. You can have multople pages. good for multipage designs, such as cd covers, brochures, pamphlets etc.
2. It is more user friendly and forgiving. Illustrator can be kinda temperamental.

ok well thats not a number of reasons but it's two.. er.. hehe

illustrator is good because it has blending modes, but that isn't the best when you're designing for print (though i've never actually tried printing it.. Freehands layer blending is pretty balls for print.

i just like freehand better. it's nice :)
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radink|Hobbyist Digital Artist
"Freehands layer blending is pretty balls for print."

Is that a good thing?

Also, I noticed, you can grab colors from raster images in Freehand via the eyedropper, which I don't think you can in Ill.
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mikstar's avatar
cool tute, I've never used freehand, I got it here with my mx2k4 studio just never opened it. WHen I get some time I will give this a go.

thx :D
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radink|Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice job. I imagine it would be close to the same in Illustrator?
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lemontea's avatar
thanks for le tutorial. 6 steps and a whole lot easier than my tutorial :D Of course, mine was photoshop :|
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pixel-ated's avatar
a pleasure, trying to keep nice and simple.
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